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Divided (Unguarded Book 2) by [Stone, Ivy]
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Length: 225 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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We were strangers.
Two people on different paths that were never meant to cross.

He saved me.
I ruined her.
We had no control.
We were powerless against fate.
It wasn't wrong, it wasn't right, but it was real.
Ours was a toxic love. So lethal it was destined to ruin us both, and it did. In the end, everything went wrong for all the right reasons.
Our lives divided. But our love would be infinite.

A forbidden crush.
A destructive romance.
A fierce love.

Roamyn & Alison
An Unguarded Novel

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2548 KB
  • Print Length: 225 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Ivy Stone (22 February 2016)
  • Sold by: Amazon Australia Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,430 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)

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I have to start by saying - I could not put this book down! Divided is the second book in The Unguarded series. It is in book 1, Exposed, that we are first introduced to Roamyn, a New York detective and Ali, a girl with secrets and troubles beyond comprehension.

I had read the first book in the series when it was released, around 4 months prior to reading Divided. I had a clear picture of Ali and Roamyn in my head, as they both featured quite strongly in book 1. I was wrong. I knew I would love Roamyn, how could you not like a hot, dedicated police officer? Ali was a surprise. I had her pegged as young, weak and a bit bratty. She turned out to be anything but.

Divided takes us on a ride through an expanse of time, giving us an understanding of Ali, Roamyn and thier history together. This is not just a love story. The drama and action are a huge part of this series appeal. There are twists and reveals that I didn't see coming, which is refreshing as so many romance books are predictable and cliché.

Book 3 can't come fast enough and I am hopeful that Enzo and Adriana will get their own book in the very near future.
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This book broke my heart again and again before slowly putting it back together.
I've been dying for Ali and Roamyns story. I needed to what happened and what was going to happen. Their story did not disappoint. I literally have no words to describe how amazing this book is, Ivy Stone has knocked it out of the park. I can't wait to read more.
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From the moment I finished reading the final pages of Ivy Stone’s debut novel Exposed I have been dying for the chance to get my hands on to this story. Roamyn and Ali’s story. Two characters who stole my heart and have stayed with me, always in the back of my mind while I’ve waited for the moment to learn more about them.

Divided is Book #2 in the Unguarded Series and has left me simply blown away. I knew this story was going to be brutal from the get go. The life that we learnt had been Ali & Lindsey’s upbringing had been one of heartbreak, brutality and hard choices. The scars were already there in book one, the pain Ali’s addiction was masking already eluded to, but nothing could prepare me for the pure evil that this girl faced at the hands of people she had sort protection from.

As a reader it’s not very often that a story elicits such strong feelings of protectiveness, heartache and anger for a character, like I did towards Alison Jenkins and it speaks volumes for the quality of Ivy Stone’s writing and her amazing ability to create such captivating three dimensional characters. This girl is a warrior and this story is a journey. Taking us over the span of seven years all while maintaining a fast paced and captivating storyline we see a young girl with nothing left to lose and the young detective who wants nothing more than to save her.

Roamyn Tate is a tortured soul in his own right, his whole life has been marred with an urgency for revenge towards the man responsible for ripping away everything he loved and cherished. It is the ever present drive that lead him to join the police force and the unwavering force to bring down the evil that run deep within the streets of New York City.
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